5 Days Nile Cruise from El Gouna

Luxury 5 Days Nile Cruise From EL Gouna

Cruising the Nile River one of the best activities that you can enjoy while being in El Gouna, and our terrific Nile Cruise from El Gouna will make you get the maximum relaxation while visiting the most important landmarks in the East & the West banks of Luxor such as Hatshepsut, Karnak & Luxor temples in addition to visit Kom Ombo & Edfu temples. Moreover, you’ll visit the most important attractions in Aswan including the High Dam, the Unfinished Obelisk, and Philae temple. Book us now!!!

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Tour Details

Availability Mon, Sat, Thur
Pickup & Drop Off Luxor / Aswan
Tour Duration 5 Days / 4 Nights
Tour Type Historical Tour

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • All Of Your Transfers Are Through A Private A/C Vehicle.
  • Pick Up & Return Services From Your Hotel.
  • Enter All The Places Mentioned In The Itinerary With Tickets Provided By Us.
  • 4 Nights Accommodation At A 5* Nile Cruise On Full Board.
  • Expert Tour Guide Will Accompany You All Through Your Trip.
  • Mineral Water And Soft Drinks During Your Trip.
  • Lunch Meals During Your Trip.
  • All Taxes & Charges Are Already Paid.
  • Train Tickets From Aswan To Luxor.
  • Tipping.
  • Things That Haven’t Been Mentioned In The Itinerary.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1

Visiting Luxor East Bank Landmarks

Luxor Tour – Trips in Egypt

Morning time, we will transfer you to Luxor from your hotel in Marsa Alam by a private A.C vehicle to start your Nile cruise from El Gouna by visiting:

Temple of Karnak

Karnak Temple actually consists of three smaller temples and holds inside the great achievements of ancient builders and Pharaohs.

Then move to check-in at deluxe Nile cruise and have your delicious lunch.

At the evening, you will head with your guide to visit:

Luxor Temple By Night

Temple of Luxor was the center of the most important festival in ancient Egypt “The Opet Festival”. It was built by Amenhotep III and Ramesses II.

At the end of the day, you will back to your cruise for overnight.

Note: The dinner meal will be onboard your cruise.

Day 2

Visiting Luxor West Bank Landmarks

Luxor Tour – Trips in Egypt

You will start the second day of your Nile cruise from El Gouna with having your terrific breakfast meal and accompany your tour guide to visit the west bank of Luxor that includes:

Valley of The Kings

Valley of the Kings is known as the final resting place for the majority if important Egyptian Pharaohs including Ramesses II and Queen Hatshepsut.

Afterward, have your lunch then move to visit one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt:

Hatshepsut Temple

Temple of Hatshepsut was built by order from The Queen herself, a mortuary temple located next to the Valley of The Kings.

Then you’ll head towards to the two massive statues that are called:

Colossi of Memnon

Colossi of Memnon were built by Amenhotep III to guard his mortuary temple but unfortunately, because of some natural disasters, everything was destroyed except for those two massive statues.

You will overnight on board your Nile Cruise sailing to Edfu.

Note: The lunch & dinner meals will be onboard your cruise.

Day 3

Edfu & Kom Ombo Tour

Aswan Tour – Trips in Egypt

Continue your Nile cruise from El Gouna by Visiting Edfu & Kom Ombo temples, begin with have your breakfast on the cruise then join your tour guide to visit:

Temple of Edfu

 Edfu Temple (the Greco-Roman Temple) was dedicated to god Horus. Over the walls of this fantastic temple, there are some pictures that show Horus overcoming the devil god Seth.

Then after visiting Edfu temple, you’ll explore:

Temple of Kom Ombo

Kom Ombo temple was established during the Polemic dynasty and there are two themes presented in the temple, the Universalist theme, and the local theme. 

At the end of the day, overnight onboard the cruise in Aswan.

Note: The lunch & dinner meals will be onboard your cruise.

Day 4

Visiting Aswan Attractions

Aswan Tour – Trips in Egypt

Start your day by eating your terrific breakfast on the cruise and head to visit the most memorable highlights in Aswan including:

The High Dam of Aswan

Aswan High Dam was built by the Egyptian government between 1960 and 1970 with the help of the UNESCO to change the history of all Egyptians with its social & Cultural impacts.

Then surely head with your guide to visit the superb:

The Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk dates back to the ruling period of Queen Hatshepsut. It was intended to be a 36m tall obelisk that weighs more than 1000 tons.

Finally, you will visit the last attraction of your Nile cruise from El Gouna:

Temple of Philae

Philae temple was built to honor the goddess of love and beauty, Isis and serves as an amazing example of the cult. 

Afterword, you will return back to your cruise for overnight.

Note: The lunch & dinner meals will be onboard your cruise.

Day 5

End Your Nile Cruise from El Gouna Tour

Nile Cruise – Trips in Egypt

Enjoy your lovely breakfast on board your cruise and accompany our representative to Aswan train station to catch the first-class train to Luxor then we will drive you back to your hotel in El-Gouna.

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